Mulberry: Season 1, Episode 6

Leaving (30 Mar. 1992)

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To protect Miss Farnaby from danger Mulberry becomes a nuisance, then leaves the estate.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Karl Howman ...
Tony Selby ...
Lill Roughley ...
John Bennett ...
The Stranger


Having grown fond of Miss Farnaby Mulberry is reluctant to help his father to kill her and instead goes out of his way to make sure that she is safe before leaving the area. He meets up with Death,who tells him that his optimistic nature is down to his mother being Springtime and agrees to giving Miss Farnaby a three month stay of execution so that Mulberry can help her to enjoy life. Mulberry returns to the house and persuades Miss Farnaby to sing 'Daisy Bell' while riding a tandem with him. Written by don @ minifie-1

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[first lines]
Mulberry: Look, Dad, I can't kill her.
The Stranger: I wish you'd stop talking about *killing* people. It's never been your job to kill her, just see her to the end. I'm not a gangland boss, and you're not one of my hit men. I am Death, my son.
Mulberry: I like her.
The Stranger: Emotion doesn't come into it.
Mulberry: Look, put me on someone else, please.
The Stranger: No. You've gotta learn with Miss Farnaby. And you're gonna learn if it kills me.
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Bicycle Built For Two
Written by Harry Dacre
Performed by Karl Howman and Geraldine McEwan
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